Student or Learner
Are the following sentences natural to a native ear?
1. What happened to the game? ( I wanted to know who won in a soccer game)
2. I am no expert on this subject but when I read the report I felt like the author was talking out of his a*s.
3. They have won two games in a row/ in a series.
What happened in the game? (Who won? Who lost? What was the score?)
- What happened in the game?
- Manchester United were leading 2-0 at halftime, but then Brighton suddenly found some inspiration and won 3-2!
Your sentence would be fine if, for example, you wanted to know why you didn't seem to be able to find a copy of a computer game in the shops any more.
- What happened to the game?
- Which game?
- Oh, they don't sell it any more.
3b. They have won two games in in a series ( here by 'in a series' I want to say 'consequtively').3. They have won two games in a row/ in a series. Yes.
Is the setence correct?
And only one 'in'.